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Interhouse Almaty

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6.3km from city centre - Show on Map
9.6
Superb 16
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Interhouse Almaty with Asian hospitality and European quality
Interhouse, home sweet home :)... More...

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My Hostel Almaty

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3.2km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi

My Hostel Almaty is located in Almaty.... More...

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Wanderlust Hostel

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1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Wanderlust Hostel is a bohemian-styled historic local home in the centre of Almaty’s old city.... More...

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ART Hostel Almaty

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2.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 11
Free WiFi

ART Hostel wiil be glad to host you in the center of Almaty.... More...

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Les Hostel

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2.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free Breakfast

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DA Hostel Almaty

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2km from city centre - Show on Map
7.3
Very good 68
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
Free WiFi

A new DA Hostel Almaty opened its doors in a quiet area away from the busy city streets.... More...

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Apart Hotel Lessor

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 5
Free WiFi

Apartments located in the city center of Almaty!... More...

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Loco Hostel

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5.2km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 4

Managed by a creative and young staff you'll never get bored with. We'll do our best to make your stay unforgettable. Suitable for youth and active people who wants to discover the city or hike.... More...

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Royal Palace Hotel

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4.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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An intriguing mix of the modern and traditional, Almaty contrasts brand-new skyscrapers with classic onion-domed Russian cathedrals. You're never far from snow-capped mountains in Kazakhstan's biggest city, so it's the perfect starting point for exploring the surrounding landscape. From Almaty, you can take day trips to the area's famous apple orchards, head into the mountains to snap photos of the vivid turquoise Big Almaty Lake or, further out, admire the impressive bright red rocks and white river of Charyn Canyon. 

Some hostels in Almaty have lush green gardens and rooftop terraces for taking in the city and views of the hills. For a quirky choice, opt for a place with Pop Art-inspired furniture in its common room. There are also arty Almaty hostels with framed pictures on the walls and striking murals. When you're not making the most of the atmospheric canteen-style eateries, an Almaty hostel with a well-equipped kitchen will come in handy.

The charming city centre is one of Almaty's older neighbourhoods, with historic buildings including the colourful, not to mention chocolate-box-pretty, Zenkov Cathedral in leafy Panfilov Park. Almaly District is newer and feels more prosperous thanks to its ever-rising skyline, designer stores and fancy restaurants. To the southeast and overlooking the city is Kok Tobe Hill, which has a cable car to take you to the top, first passing over some of the oldest parts of the city.

If you're here in winter, you can skate at the Medeu outdoor ice rink, or beat the chill with a steaming dip in the marble-clad Arasan Baths. The Zelenyy Bazaar is worth visiting whatever the weather; this covered marketplace houses vendors selling everything from handmade souvenirs to local produce. Check out the ornate blue and white-fronted Central Mosque, too – the biggest in Kazakhstan – any day but Friday, or stroll along pedestrianised Arbat Street to take in the relaxed vibes and busking musicians. 

Download the 2GIS app to help you get around Almaty, as it'll show you all the up-to-date bus, tram and metro routes and can be used offline. There are also taxis, both official and unofficial, around the city – book one for places like Big Almaty Lake from your hostel. Try to use the metro at least once during your stay to see the opulent stations with their intricate tiling and marble flooring. To get to the city centre from Almaty International Airport, you can hop on the bus or take a 30-minute taxi ride. 

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We have 9 hostels in Almaty with an average rating of 8.3 based on 789 reviews 9 of 9 properties available in Almaty

About Almaty

An intriguing mix of the modern and traditional, Almaty contrasts brand-new skyscrapers with classic onion-domed Russian cathedrals. You're never far from snow-capped mountains in Kazakhstan's biggest city, so it's the perfect starting point for exploring the surrounding landscape. From Almaty, you can take day trips to the area's famous apple orchards, head into the mountains to snap photos of the vivid turquoise Big Almaty Lake or, further out, admire the impressive bright red rocks and white river of Charyn Canyon. 

Some hostels in Almaty have lush green gardens and rooftop terraces for taking in the city and views of the hills. For a quirky choice, opt for a place with Pop Art-inspired furniture in its common room. There are also arty Almaty hostels with framed pictures on the walls and striking murals. When you're not making the most of the atmospheric canteen-style eateries, an Almaty hostel with a well-equipped kitchen will come in handy.

The charming city centre is one of Almaty's older neighbourhoods, with historic buildings including the colourful, not to mention chocolate-box-pretty, Zenkov Cathedral in leafy Panfilov Park. Almaly District is newer and feels more prosperous thanks to its ever-rising skyline, designer stores and fancy restaurants. To the southeast and overlooking the city is Kok Tobe Hill, which has a cable car to take you to the top, first passing over some of the oldest parts of the city.

If you're here in winter, you can skate at the Medeu outdoor ice rink, or beat the chill with a steaming dip in the marble-clad Arasan Baths. The Zelenyy Bazaar is worth visiting whatever the weather; this covered marketplace houses vendors selling everything from handmade souvenirs to local produce. Check out the ornate blue and white-fronted Central Mosque, too – the biggest in Kazakhstan – any day but Friday, or stroll along pedestrianised Arbat Street to take in the relaxed vibes and busking musicians. 

Download the 2GIS app to help you get around Almaty, as it'll show you all the up-to-date bus, tram and metro routes and can be used offline. There are also taxis, both official and unofficial, around the city – book one for places like Big Almaty Lake from your hostel. Try to use the metro at least once during your stay to see the opulent stations with their intricate tiling and marble flooring. To get to the city centre from Almaty International Airport, you can hop on the bus or take a 30-minute taxi ride. 

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